The Powerball jackpot continues to climb and remains in third place on the list of the top 10 Powerball prizes of all time after no one matched all six numbers on Wednesday night.
Grab your tickets and let’s see if you’re the newest millionaire in the game.
Here are the numbers for the Saturday, Oct. 7 Powerball jackpot, which is estimated to be worth $1.4 billion, with a cash option of $614 million.
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Powerball Winning Numbers 10/7/23
The winning numbers in Saturday night’s drawing were 47, 54, 57, 60, 65, and the Powerball number was 19. The power bet number is 3X.
Did anyone win Powerball last night, Saturday, October 7, 2023?
No one matches all six numbers to win the Powerball jackpot.
Ten tickets matched all five numbers except for the $1 million Powerball. They were purchased in Massachusetts (two units), Texas (two units), California, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. Two tickets sold in Iowa and Maine matched all five numbers except Powerball, adding to the $2 million Power Game.
The double betting numbers are 13, 31, 51, 55, 66 and the Powerball number is 23.
No one matched all six numbers, and zero tickets matched all five numbers, except for the $500,000 Powerball.
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How many Powerball Lotto numbers do you need to win?
You only have to match a number in Powerball to win a prize. However, the number must be a $4 Powerball.
What should I do if I get 2 lottery numbers on Powerball?
Matching two numbers won’t win you anything in Powerball unless one of the numbers is a Powerball. A ticket that matches one of five numbers and the Powerball is also worth $4.
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When is the next Powerball drawing?
The Powerball jackpot was estimated to rise to $1.55 billion on Monday, with a cash option of $679.8 million, according to powerball.com.
Draws will be held three times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at approximately 10:59 pm Eastern Time.
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Mega Millions Lottery Draw
The Mega Millions jackpot will be reset Friday night after a ticket sold in Texas matched all six numbers. The current Mega Millions jackpot is estimated to be worth $20 million, with a cash option of $8.7 million.
Powerball jackpot winner
Here are the 2023 Powerball jackpot winners, according to powerball.com:
Top 10 Powerball jackpot results
According to powerball.com, here are the top 10 Powerball jackpots of all time:
- $2.04 billion – November 7, 2022; California.
- $1.586 billion – January 13, 2016; California, Florida, Tennessee.
- $1.55 billion – October 9, 2023; TBD.
- $1.08 billion – July 19, 2023; California.
- $768.4 million – March 27, 2019; Wisconsin.
- $758.7 million – August 23, 2017; Massachusetts.
- $754.6 million – February 6, 2023; Washington.
- $731.1 million – January 20, 2021; Maryland.
- $699.8 million – October 4, 2021; California.
- $687.8 million – October 27, 2018; Iowa, New York.
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Top 10 U.S. Lottery Jackpot Results
Here are the top 10 all-time Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots in the United States, according to powerball.com:
- $2.04 billion, Powerball — November 7, 2022; California.
- US$1.586 billion, Powerball — January 13, 2016; California, Florida, Tennessee.
- US$1.58 million, millions millions — August 8, 2023; Florida.
- $1.55 billion, Powerball — October 9, 2023; TBD.
- US$1.537 billion, millions millions — October 23, 2018; South Carolina.
- US$1.35 billion, millions millions — January 13, 2023; Maine.
- US$1.337 billion, millions millions — July 29, 2022; Illinois.
- $1.08 billion, Powerball — July 19, 2023; California.
- $1.05 billion, millions millions — January 22, 2021; Michigan.
- $768.4 million, Powerball — March 27, 2019; Wisconsin.
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